Even with the guns out of the picture - he appears to have a problem with violence.
When was the last time - and with someone close to you - that you:
- smashed a coffee table
- threw a wine bottle at them
- destroyed their iPad
- physically removed them and locked them out of a shared residence??
The guy who at first appeared to be a cause for gun rights has turned out to be it's nemesis. He makes everyone who stood up for him during the trial sort of regret it with actions like these. The worst thing is that Trayvon supporters may start to use these incidents as a, "I told you he was guilty," argument. I see the Trayvon incident as a case where two troubled people crossed paths. GZ was less in the wrong than TM was, but this is not the textbook gun rights case that many first thought it was.
I don't second guess juries and his got it right, but his actions since then have been stupid. Flip it around and if he had been convicted, but found a way to do charity work from prison would we really say, "See he's a good guy and was innocent" ?
One situation is just that and should be judged on its own. oh by the way, I; would bet a good case could be made for him having some form of PTSD. (No junior it isn't just a veteran's issue)
As a result of the Martin incident his whole life changed and he isn't handling it well. It has happened to people before. Put a few miles in his moccasins . Very few people judging him now have ever killed a man and been in such a public circus.